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Roger Tempest
(Abt 1145-1220)
Alicia de Rilleston
(-Bef 1223)
Richard de Tang
Richard Tempest
Elena Tang
Sir Richard de Tempest Knight
(Abt 1195-After 1258)


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Sir Richard de Tempest Knight

  • Born: Abt 1195, Bracewell, Yorkshire, England 1226
  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: After 1258, Bracewell, Yorkshire, England

bullet  General Notes:

~Burke's A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. I, pg. 289

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information: Articles on the Tempest Family On Some Notes on Medieval English Genealogy. 1226
In 1237 (21 Henry iii), Richard Tempest paid a mark by William de Ros to the Treasury for a default in co. York [Pipe Roll, 81, Ebor. 21 Henry iii]. He was knighted by April 1246, being one of the four knights sent to receive the oath of Adam de Novomercato, a sick man [Assize Ro. 1045, Easter, 30 Henry iii, m.12 or 13d]. At Pentecost 1247, Richard Tempest witnessed a demise from Walter Stoc to Dns. G. de Alta Ripa and Matilda his wife of a toft and land in Carleton in Craven [Dodsw: MSS, vol. 83, fol. 23]. About 1245, Richard Tempest with Eustace de Rilleston John de Eston, etc: attested the grant of land in Broughton from prior Dalmatius of St John of Pontefract, to Amy, widow of Meldred de Brocton [Brocton no. 5]. Between 1243 and 1250 Sir Richard Tempest, with Sir Peter de Percy and Sir Godfrey de Alta Ripa, Knights, witnessed a grant of 24 marks a year by Henry son and heir of William de Percy, to Elias de Gicleswyk (Giggleswick) [Percy Charters, Surtees Soc: 117, p.49).

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